The green scooters are driving around in Germany and Belgium. European roll-out will follow soon. Also great, felyx is in Wired Magazine's list of Europe's 100 Hottest Startups and was voted several times by LinkedIn as the top 10 best startups to work for. Who leads marketing at felyx? Hello Gijs Hoonhout ! Since August 2021, the Global Head of Marketing of felyx. He is an entrepreneurial marketer with 10+ years of experience in marketing and tech (including Rocket Internet, bol.com, HelloFresh and Spotcap). An entrepreneur himself with no fewer than three companies, Gijs was one of the first importers of the popular drink Club-Mate. What does Gijs think is the best development in tech? That everyone can start entrepreneurship easily by using different tools.
As a result, accessibility has increased exponentially in recent years. This way you can build a webshop within a week with shipments, payments, automatic e-mails and more. That was different in 2012.There are many companies that want more diversity in fax number list and around their organization. A subject that is high on the agenda, but where you first have to get back to the core. Inclusive communication plays an important role in this. How do you ensure that it is no longer an agenda item, but can be felt by every employee? In my search for the answer to this question, I came across 5 inspiring campaigns. Companies that dare to take important steps. I like to share these examples, to inspire you.
Randstad a confrontational question March 8 was International Women's Day. This day is all about militancy and the sense of solidarity of women all over the world. In the context of this day, Randstad has developed a great campaign: #BreakTheBias. The concept is actually simple, but that makes the message extra clear. They wondered, 'What happens if you ask kids to draw a director?' The outcome is predictable, but also puts you face-to-face with the facts. Randstad Groep Nederland fights for inclusive leadership, of which this video is a tangible part. 2. LEGO: girls can build too LEGO's 'Get ready for Girls' campaign has been running for a few years now. This campaign is based on the philosophy that more female positions in design, design, science and technology can make for a more inclusive world. That's why LEGO is committed to employing more women as product designers within the company.